Agni 3 Missile: Successful test of Agni 3 missile, can target enemy sitting 3 thousand KM away – India tested Nuclear capable Agni 3 missile with a range of 3000 km ntc

India conducted a successful training launch (test) of long-range intermediate range ballistic missile Agni-3 on Wednesday. The missile equipped with nuclear capability with a range of up to 3 thousand km has been launched from APJ Abdul Kalam Island in Odisha. The Defense Ministry has said in its statement that the launch was done for a predetermined range and during this time all operational parameters were taken care of.

Please tell that Agni-3 missile has already been inducted in the army. Its length is 17 meters, diameter is 2 meters and weight is about 50 tonnes. In 2019, it was also tested at night. Tests have been done many times before to test the quality of Agni-3. The specialty of this missile is that it will be filled with propellant in two stages. This missile is capable of carrying a 1.5 ton weapon with it.

Explain that the Agni series of missiles now includes Agni-1 (700 km), Agni-2 (2,000 km), Agni-3 (3,000 km), Agni-4 (4,000 km) and Agni with the longest range of 5,000 km. -5 is included.

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DRDO sources said the Agni-I, with a strike range of 700 km, can be used to engage targets at least 220 km away, which will help cover the range covered by the Prithvi series missiles. Which can penetrate the target between 150 km to 350 km.

With Agni and the tactical cruise missile BrahMos, India can easily target targets between 30 and 5,000 km. BrahMos can hit targets 30 to 300 km away, while Agni can engage targets at a distance beyond that.

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